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CNBC
Nov 5, 2013 6:00am EST
not to. >> and the fact that he had that ample opportunity is what's chilling. a senior law enforcement official telling me that they're not sure how he got into the mall with that loaded weapon, whether it was concealed or not. that said, the response to this incident was said to be textbook. this is something that security officials train for and do drills on all the time. but it was a call that went out shortly after 9:00 yesterday evening about shots fired in the mall. that triggered a mutual aid call around bergen county which is here where paramus is located. everybody showed up, s.w.a.t. teams and the like. they had the mall shut down quickly. this mall is going to be closed for today and it is likely going to take some time to process the scene and let the merchants get back in and prepare it for reopening. we don't know yet about tomorrow. all of this, of course, coming on the cusp of the holiday season. guys. >> and after kenya and everybody was worried about the mall, the lone guy in the mall is everybody's biggest fear, obviously. and -- >> yeah. they may say the
CNBC
Nov 4, 2013 6:00am EST
the nsa. this is definitive. unless they're lying, the nsa follows all of the laws, regulations and policies and assertions do a grave disservice to the nation, its allies and partners and the money who make up the nsa. >> i was in the antisnowden camp but something i read yesterday in "the new york times" gives me a little bit of pause. they pointed out that the nsa has 35,000 people working for it. it has a budget of $10.8 billion. at this point they are collecting so much information. >> no morsel is too small? >> yeah. it's a little staggering when it used to be you would do whatever you can when the agency first started. you would do whatever you can. technologically they can do anything and there aren't questions. >> i remember why you take it at face value what the nsa is saying. the fact that they're collecting 320 million or 320,000 -- >> i take it at face value because i don't care what they're finding out. right, if i do something wrong, then i'll worry about it. but i'm not smuggling meth, i'm not walter white. >> the bigger issue is if you have somebody who's getting ah
CNBC
Nov 1, 2013 6:00am EDT
lot of rules that they pass. some of the ocsea laws don't apply -- >> it was weird that grassley introduced it to try to put the heat on his democratic colleagues to have them have to do it. now all of his people have to do it. >> we'll see where the rest of these stories come down. also, though, we should tell you about the treasury department announcing americans who use flexible spending accounts for heths care costs may now be able to carry up to $500 of expiring money into the next year. traditionally, if you had an fsa, you faced a use it or lose it deadline of december 3 e. this was your money. you could put up to $2,500 aside. if you didn't lose it, though, you lost that money. >> this is a big deal. >> for 500 bucks. >> yes. there's people all over the country losing this money regularly. the big question becomes companies like wage works and others -- >> wageworks stinks. >> that administer these programs, the money for them is in taking the -- is in the money that you don't use. >> i know. i don't do this any more. wage works is a terrible program. i don't do it any mo
CNBC
Oct 29, 2013 6:00am EDT
care law. one number predicts the number could reach as high at 18% for those new people. many will experience the sticker shock. the white house is pushing back on this report. a white house press equity is tweeting that the nbc scoop, in parentheses sites normal turnover in the individual insurance market that's a, new new, b, not caused by the aca, and c, the problem aca will solve. lisa myers broke this story and will join us at 7:00 eastern with more. >> that is misleading, the response to it. because they were going to grandfather initially people that were in certain plans and then the rules were tightened by hhs to where the grandfather wouldn't count for anyone who had a change in policy. and they change every rear. >> and by the way, insurance policies change frequently. >> and the men you change it, you're not grandfathered. >> they can change the deductible by $ 00 and your insurance plan would no longer qualify. and barack obama, when i was campaigning on this was saying if you like your plan, you can keep it. as late as 2012, the president was saying if you like your p
CNBC
Oct 30, 2013 6:00am EDT
, president obama will defend his health care law. verizon said it was doing maintenance on the system. there was a similar halt on sunday. we'll have more on these stories in just a few minutes. >>> but first, the rest of today's agenda, earnings central will be hearing from general motors, nbc parent comcast, chrysler, corning and sodastream, all before the bell. this afternoon, we have visa, facebook, comcast, kraft foods and many others. on the economic front, the fed wraps up a two-day fomc meeting in washington. this is a policy announcement set tore 2:00 p.m. eastern today. the central bank is expected to maintain its massive bond buying campaign. fed watchers say ben bernanke and company may point to softer readings on the economy to signal that the policy will be extended into next year. >>> as for the other items on today's economic agenda, the october adp employment report is going to be released at 8:15 eastern time. it's expected to show 150,000 private jobs were added this month. the whisper number, though, is below that. we'll see what happens. coming up at 8:30 e
CNBC
Oct 31, 2013 6:00am EDT
. confidence in the new health care law, this is really bad for the president. less confident, 40% of americans now say they are less confidence in the health care law. that is attributable to this botched rollout. it hasn't even captured some of the most recent bad news data that we've had here in the headlines now that we're up to october 31st. also republicans not fairing very well in this at all, either. and this is sort of a hangover here from the government shutdown. view of the republican party very positive, just 6%. negative and very negative, 23% and 30%. that's a 53% negative rating for the republican party. so it's really a pox on all your houses here in washington, d.c. bad poll numbers for just about everybody. but for the president, this is a bad one, 42% approval. now it's also true that his personal favorbility, that's up and down. that's something that the president has been able to rely on. now we're starting to see that number slipping, as well. and 70% ooh americans say the country is simply on the wrong track. that is a bad number, as well, for any incumbent admi
CNBC
Oct 28, 2013 6:00am EDT
they pay to foreign nations. that's nothing to do with us. that's foreign tax laws. >> ours is 35% here. >> if you want to look at what they paid, i wouldn't include foreign. i'd love to see what they pay to the u.s. and other nations. >> they don't pay stuff to the u.s. because we're -- but we're induced to move our operations over there. >> i would like to see the breakdown between what they're paying here -- >> obviously they pay less on average in foreign countries but the total that they pay us -- >> means they pay above 35% here in the united states. >> right. >> i would love to see the breakdown. >> see what i mean? >> like -- >> but they can't be competitive. they can't be competitive with the rest of the world until we pay -- >> i think that is a smart study, 2004 to 2010 to see what they were paying. >> wouldn't do any good to look at what they were paying in the united states. >> sthant what the 2010 mums are? just the u.s.? >> look, the 35% plus is what you're paying on earnings. >> right. >> the rest of the world is not paying 35% plus. >> i would like to compare appl
CNBC
Oct 30, 2013 4:00am EDT
headquarter company. we get month benefits from the irish tax laws whatsoever when it comes to anything you've mentioned. we're here not because of that, because because it has some of the brightest engineeres and operators in the entire world and because it has one of the most iconic markets in the entire world and it needed fixing. so that is why we chose dublin as our first city and ire license since is it expanded. and we're on track and the guys are on track to make this into one of the biggest countries that we have sxp we're on the virnlg of making this is a $100 million business. thank you so much for joining us. so, steve, lots of questions about this tax structure. the 12.35% corporate tax here, we're going to be asking more start-ups about this, but also the prime minister a little later on today. let me toss it back over to you. >> are you going to go for prime minister or tea shock? in i was going to go for prime minister, but i can go tea shock, as well. >> it's one of the difficult words we have to read sometimes. karen, excellent work. fantastic. thank you very much, ind
CNBC
Oct 28, 2013 4:00am EDT
in the u.k. and in europe. we have put into law in this country binding climate change targets and europe looks like it's going to strengthen further from where we go which is a difficulty. i haven't looked at it. i have this wonderful app that shows how we're making our electricity hour by hour. on average 40% comes from cole but cole is being taken off the system. that means there's a likely rise that will take place on the wholesale market. it is very difficult. >> the sad thing is it is pointless if nothing is done about em carbon emissions. if we don't do something about it, all of this is for not. >> let's be very honest with our u.k. viewers here and possibly our european viewers as well. the london array, the new nuclear deal agreed with the chinese and edf as well. these are locking u.k. consumers into not only current prices but higher prices for years and years, in fact, decades to come. we're going to have much higher prices built in because eventually the government will not be able to subsidize these projects, will they? >> absolutely. so when i look at the nuclear de
CNBC
Nov 1, 2013 4:00am EDT
working under national gaps. and we will have national implementation of law which over time might be narrowing down. but let's face it, europe is like germany is. it is not one single country where everything is equalling each and every country. so we will always be faced with kind of secreton in looking at different topics. but over time, i think this is a giant chance to come to a harmoniz harmonized xrpgz and that we establish trust in the european banking system. and i'm saying european, i know it's the eurozone for the time being. there's always hope. how much more efficient can a pan european supervisor really be compared to a national one, because a national one, of course, knows its banks a lot better. are we taking the step in the right direction? >> i firmly believe it's a step into the right direction. if we don't make the mistake in saying now it's all european and in this teller in frankfurt, we have all the answers. but that's not how it is now designed. the most of the work will be done in so-called joint supervisory teams, which means teams led by the ecb, where th
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